## Engage NY Eureka Math 2nd Grade Module 6 Lesson 13 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 13 Problem Set Answer Key

Use your square tiles to complete the steps for each problem.

Problem 1:

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 4 columns of 3.

Step 2: Separate 2 columns of 3.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Then, write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of the number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question i have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the steps.

Problem 2:

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 5 rows of 2.

Step 2: Separate 2 rows of 2.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of the number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question i have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the steps.

Problem 3:

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 5 columns of 3.

Step 2: Separate 3 columns of 3.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of the number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question I have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the steps.

Problem 4.

Use 12 square tiles to construct a rectangle with 3 rows.

a. _____ rows of _____ = 12

Answer:

3 rows of 4 = 12

Explanation:

By using the 12 square tiles I have constructed a rectangle with 3 rows of 4 is equal to 12.

b. Remove 1 row. How many squares are there now?

Answer:

There are 8 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 row there are 8 squares remaining.

c. Remove 1 column from the new rectangle you made in 4(b). How many squares are there now?

Answer:

Now there are 6 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 column from the new rectangle made from 4(b) there are 8 squares remaining.

Problem 5.

Use 20 square tiles to construct a rectangle.

a. _____ rows of _____ = _____.

Answer:

5 row of 4

Explanation:

By using the 20 square tiles I have constructed a rectangle with 5 rows of 4 is equal to 20.

b. Remove 1 row. How many squares are there now?

Answer:

Now there are 16 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 row from the rectangle there are 16 squares remaining.

c. Remove 1 column from the new rectangle you made in 5(b). How many squares are there now?

Answer:

Now there are 12 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 column from the new rectangle made from 5(b) there are 12 squares remaining.

Problem 6.

Use 16 square tiles to construct a rectangle.

a. _____ rows of _____ = _____

Answer:

2 rows of 8 = 16

Explanation:

By using the 16 square tiles I have constructed a rectangle with 2 rows of 8 is equal to 16.

b. Remove 1 row. How many squares are there now?

Answer:

There are 8 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 row from the rectangle there are 8 squares remaining.

c. Remove 1 column from the new rectangle you made in 6(b). How many squares are there now? _____

Answer:

There are 7 squares now.

Explanation:

After removing 1 column from the new rectangle made from 6(b) there are 7 squares remaining.

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 13 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Problem 1.

Use your square tiles to complete the steps for each problem.

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 3 columns of 4.

Step 2: Separate 2 columns of 4.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of the number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question I have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the above steps.

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 13 Homework Answer Key

Cut out and use your square tiles to complete the steps for each problem.

Problem 1:

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 5 rows of 2.

Step 2: Separate 2 rows of 2.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of your number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question I have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the steps.

Problem 2:

Step 1: Construct a rectangle with 4 columns of 3.

Step 2: Separate 2 columns of 3.

Step 3: Write a number bond to show the whole and two parts. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each part of your number bond.

Answer:

Explanation:

As given in the question i have used square tiles and completed the diagram by using the steps.

Problem 3.

Use 9 square tiles to construct a rectangle with 3 rows.

a. _____ rows of _____ = _____

Answer:

3 rows of 3 columns

Explanation:

By using the 9 square tiles I have constructed a rectangle with 3 rows of 3 columns is equal to 9.

b. Remove 1 row. How many squares are there now?

Answer:

6 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 row from the rectangle we have 6 squares remaining.

c. Remove 1 column from the new rectangle you made in 3(b). How many squares are there now?

Answer:

6 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 column from the new rectangle we made in 3 (b) there are 7 squares remaining.

Problem 4.

Use 14 square tiles to construct a rectangle.

a. _____ rows of _____ = _____

Answer:

2 rows of 7

Explanation:

By using the 14 square tiles I have constructed a rectangle with 2 rows of 7 is equal to 14.

b. Remove 1 row. How many squares are there now?

Answer:

7 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 row from the rectangle we have 7 squares remaining.

c. Remove 1 column from the new rectangle you made in 4(b). How many squares are there now?

Answer:

12 squares.

Explanation:

After removing 1 column from the new rectangle we made in 4(b) there are 12 squares are remaining.